Data Round-Up: U.S. Exports Improve; Vehicle Sales Disappoint But Likely to Rebound Some

posted by Michael Lewis on April 04, 2017

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In February, U.S. imports retrenched -$4B, in-line with last week’s Advance Indicators report. Exports were a bit better, however.


FMI’s analyses of today’s February International Trade report and March Vehicle Sales. 

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